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21 October 2021
Spiking by injection has been reported in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen in recent days.
The teenager has appeared at Cardiff Magistrates’ Court.
The officer said he wishes he had ‘pushed harder’ to get specialist murder detectives to take over the case.
A family of four were taken to hospital following the incident in Ayr on Monday evening.
The Conservative MP for Southend West was killed on Friday.
The letter to his mistress Freda Dudley Ward was written when he was the Prince of Wales in 1919.
Staff in Newcastle were dealing with patient numbers higher than during the “worst winters”, despite it being only October.
Dr Andrew Murrison voiced concerns a focus on non-pharmaceutical interventions could ‘obscure’ the key message on getting people to have their jabs.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney were among dignitaries who attended the service.
The Treasury has launched a consultation into bringing the buy now pay later sector under regulation.
Spencer Beynon, a former platoon sergeant from Llanelli, South Wales, died in 2016 after officers were called amid concerns over his behaviour.
Heavy rain fell on Wednesday night and into the early hours of Thursday across southern England.
News comes after leaked documents show efforts by countries including India putting pressure on UN science body to change report.
The supermarket says its ‘Free on Last Day of Life’ initiative has the potential to give away more than 1.3 million items worth £500,000 a year.
Dr Andrew Goodall said the dual challenge of the Covid-19 pandemic and other respiratory viruses will put enormous pressure on the NHS in Wales.
Val Horncastle’s widower Keith says the Memory Calendar is a ‘great legacy’ for her to leave.
The firm is competing with state run train operator London North Eastern Railway and airlines in providing Anglo-Scottish travel.
The special update of the authoritative dictionary is dedicated to the language of climate change.
The former BBC Breakfast presenter has hosted a show on the station since 2016.
It follows reports of other ‘spiking’ incidents in several parts of the UK.